Amanda Holden was dubbed “ageless” as she flaunted her flawless figure in a sleek pink minidress following the new season of Britain’s Got Talent.
Amanda, who recently put her £5m Surrey home on the market, joined Alesha Dixon, Simon Cowell and Bruno Tonioli on Saturday as the new season of BGT kicked off.
The show included a spectacular Ugandan dance troupe called Ghetto Kids, and Alesha even had a blast from the past as she reunited with someone she knew from her days in girl band Miss-Teeq.
And on Monday, Amanda took to social media to thank fans for their support while celebrating a massive milestone for the ITV series.
In the caption, she wrote: “Thank you for making us the most watched show of the year so far @Bgt @itv back next weekend!”
The post, which already amassed over 10k likes, showed Amanda posing in a skin-tight powder pink minidress that hugged her curves.
The TV personality looked to be standing in the back of a set truck as posed with one silver heeled-foot against the wall.
She finished the ensemble with an Ariana Grande-esque high ponytail while pairing the outfit with bronzy makeup, a nude lip and silver jewellery.
Fans obsessed over the former EastEnders actress in the comments, with many congratulating the bombshell on the latest season.
One person wrote: “You're just ageless.”
“WOW stunning,” another wrote, while a third added, “Wow you look amazing Amanda.”
On the Britain’s Got Talent premiere, one person said: “Better without David at least Bruno isn’t slobbering all over Simon.”
“I think you’re the main reason so many people watch,” another said.
In contrast, someone hit back: “Fortunately it’s the same garbage as every other year. A gospel choir, comedy act and a magic show and all the rest are embarrassing. Bring back David.”
The judging panel’s newest addition, Bruno, who is most well known for being on Strictly Come Dancing, has gone down brilliantly with fans.
On Twitter, someone said: “Bruno is a fantastic addition to the judging panel. You should have bought him in years ago.”
“Bruno is a bit like marmite. You either love or hate him, but I do think he is a breath of fresh air for the show and the right replacement for David,” someone else said.
Speaking exclusively to OK before the show aired, Bruno admitted to being nervous because he was “the new boy at school.”
He said: “Of course, I know Simon but I had never worked with him before so I didn’t want to let him down. I’d also never seen the show before! But once we got started I felt at home immediately. Ant and Dec went out of their way to help me that first week. They are two of the best people in showbiz.”
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